Batman and Robin may not have been aware that the guy with the gun is the real Skid Turkel until he announced it, but they sure do now, on the cover of Batman 74 (Dec/Jan 52/53). 291 more words
Tags » Dick Sprang
The cover story in Batman 71 (June/July 1952) pulls out all the stops for a prison drama, by Reed, Schwartz and Kaye.
There is some really nice art on this story, although much more serious than usual. 356 more words
A dramatic cover for Batman 67 (Oct/Nov 51), but not really representative of the story inside.
This Reed, Schwartz and Paris story fits firmly into the genre of Batman’s weapons, as it explores the variety of silken cords that Batman has used, and various interesting uses of them. 250 more words
The cover of Batman 64 (April/May 1951) loosely ties to the story inside, though the scene pictured never occurs.
Vicki Vale returns in this story, illustrated by Sprang and Paris. 269 more words
Killer Moth makes the cover of Batman 63 (Feb/March 1951) for his first appearance.
The Joker also appears in this issue, in a story by Finger, Sprang and Paris, which sees him adopt a variety of disguises. 249 more words
Catwoman’s origin gets revealed, to Catwoman herself as well the readers and other characters, in a story by Finger, Schwartz and Paris in Batman 62 (Dec/Jan 50/51). 318 more words